Chapter 9. Religion and Syncretism

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9.1 Studying Haitian Voodoo

9.2 Where is Haiti?

9.3 Zombies

9.4 Syncretism

9.5 History Shapes Culture

9.6 What Happened to the Taino?

9.7 Outcomes From Slavery

9.8 The Syncretization of Voodoo

9.9 Makandal

9. 10 The Loas of Voodoo

9.11 The Haitian Revolution

9.12 Voodoo Explains Misfortune Today

9.13 Vodun in the United States

9.14 Early Nineteenth-Century Representations of American Vodun

9.15 Late Nineteenth-Century Representations of American Vodun

9.16 Representations of Vodun and Haiti in the Early 20th Century

9.17 Literary Depictions of Haiti in the Early 20th Century

9.18 Late 20th Century and Modern Depictions of Vodun

9.19 Modern Perceptions of Vodun as a Legitimate Religion

9.20 The History of Rastafarianism

9.21 Examining the Sociocultural Context As A Revivalist Movement Through Symbols

9.22 Exodus and Jamaican Rasta Captivity

9.23–9.26 Slavery, Religion and Salvage Anthropology

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